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Indian summer drawing to an end

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Indian summer drawing to an end
The view from Dronning Louises Bro on Wednesday. Photo: Justin Cremer
09:25 CEST+02:00
The weekend will begin warm and dry but by the time Monday rolls along, autumn conditions will be the norm.
While The Local appreciates each and every one of its readers, in this case we might suggest that you stop reading this and go outside. The terrific late resurgence of summer weather will soon be coming to an end. 
 
Meteorology institute DMI is predicting that the Indian summer conditions of the past week will continue on Friday and Saturday, before autumn – and cold, dark reality – begins to set in for real next week. 
 
“On Friday morning there will be some fog and low-lying clouds but it will be burned away with the sun’s help. And then we will be looking at temperatures up to 20 to 22C, maybe 23 in some places,” DMI’s Jørn Thomsen told Berlingske. 
 
“Saturday will include more clouds throughout the day but it will remain dry and we should still be above 20C, just not as good as Friday,” he continued. 
 
But on Sunday, things will begin to change. 
 
“A cold front will move in on Sunday and that can bring some rain early in the day, particularly in the southeast. Temperature-wise, we will be around 15 to 18 degrees with winds coming in from the northwest. So we will be able to feel that it has become more autumn-like,” Thomsen said. 
 
Looking further ahead, next month’s temperatures could be a bit above average, but DMI is calling for a “rather autumn-like first week of October”. 
 
“Fronts with rain and wind followed by showers are expected to affect the weather in Denmark, with temperatures between 12 and 15 degrees,” DMI writes in its long-term forecast. 
 
“If we look further ahead, the forecast becomes increasingly uncertain, but as it looks now there is a good chance that pleasant autumn weather will return with an expected high-pressure system over Russia. If that happens, we will once again have sunny weather with slightly increasing temperatures,” the forecast continues. 
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